With the new catalog page, you will now have the ability to easily shop across linesheets with enhanced filtering, grouping features, scrolling, and searching.
The newly improved catalog page provides you with more flexibility to find products quicker and to create orders faster than previously. The new catalog page allows you to freely shop across your entire catalog without having to select from a specific linesheet.
Now on the catalog page, you’ll be able to see the name of the retailer, their customer code, and the number of styles selected in the page header when you start an order. Also, if you selected a Door, the Door will appear in the pager header as well.
If you have an order level minimum requirement set, under the Price Type in the header, you’ll see the message Minimum Required.
You’ll be able to hover your cursor over the Minimum Required text, a text box will appear letting you view the order level minimums.
Note: If the order minimum requirement detail is not filled out, the text box will not appear, and only the fields that are filled out will appear.
You’ll be able to filter the catalog page by six different filters: linesheet, season, linesheet delivery window, price types, inventory availability, and category. Now you’ll be able to filter by multiple filters at once.
You can filter by:
Filtering by linesheet will allow you to select multiple linesheets. When filtering by multiple linesheets, each linesheet will have its own header including the linesheet’s name and delivery window.
You’ll be able to filter by multiple seasons at once. When you filter by a season, all the linesheets that are assigned to that season will be displayed.
Note: There must be at least one current linesheet the season is assigned in order to appear in the dropdown.
3. Linesheet Delivery Window:
You’ll be able to filter by the linesheet delivery window on the catalog page. You’ll be able to view all the linesheets that share that delivery window. When you filter by linesheet delivery windows, if the start ship date is the same but the complete ship date is different, they will appear as separate selectable dates.
4. Price Type:
Starting an order will now include all styles on a linesheet no matter which price type is selected at the start of the order. If a style does not include the selected price type then Not available in selected currency will be displayed in red text.
You will only be able to view the style, you will not be able to view and quantify the style to your order.
When you filter by Price Types you’ll be able to filter out the styles that do not have the currency assigned to them by clicking Exclude Unavailable Styles. This filter allows you to only see products that you can add to your order.
5. Inventory Availability:
Inventory units will be displayed under Units Available for each style. The number of units available will be a total for all the colors under that style, across all warehouses to your specific retailer.
If a linesheet has been marked as Made to Order = Yes, then the units available for the styles will be displayed as Made to Order. Also, if no inventory is listed at all, then it is displayed as Made to Order as well.
If a style has 0 or negative quantities available, then it is displayed in red with Sold Out.
Filtering by Inventory Availability, you’ll be able to filter out styles/style-colors that no or negative inventory units available. Once Exclude sold out styles is applied, styles that have no units or negative units across all colors will have a gray Sold Out overlay applied to them.
Note: If a specific color is sold out, the color swatch will have a slash through it and will say Sold Out. The entire product card will not be covered.
Note: Any filters listed will be applied to the styles loaded after cling View More